Educator Professional Learning Workshop | Valuing the Mark with Andy Quilty

Educator Professional Learning Workshop | Valuing the Mark with Andy Quilty

A studio workshop for visual arts educators exploring the value of mark making through the process of watercolour monotype.

Participants will learn intuitive and inventive methodologies for mark making and using colour; and develop a more decisive and confident approach to painting.

Educators will come away with practical skills that can be used in classrooms, and experimental methodologies that inspire an inventive and fearless approach to making works of art.

This is a 2 hour workshop. All supplies and equipment will be provided.

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Andy Quilty
Andy Quilty Burnout painting #15 2015. Automotive burnout, electric sander polisher and oil on aluminium composite panel, 150 x 150 cm. Photo by Pete LeScelle.


About the artist

Andy Quilty is a multi-disciplinary artist engaged with the experience, documentation and interrogation of societal anxieties around criminality in a suburban context.

Quilty is a Lecturer in Fine Arts at The University Of Western Australia, Program Patron for the Military Art Program Australia a non-profit assisting Military Veterans through art therapy, and works across the state facilitating art workshops in schools, penal institutions, community groups and Aboriginal art centres.

On Saturday 27 August, the Gallery is open 10am-3pm only as we prepare for the AGWA Foundation Gala supporting women in the arts. Some exhibition access will be disrupted with two Tracks We Share ground floor galleries closed. AGWA Rooftop bar will be closed, reopening at 2pm Sunday. Details